Ahead of Pakistan's match with Australia during the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at the Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton, the Pakistan team had a practice session on Monday.
A video from the practice has gone viral where Skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed can be seen opting for a wicketkeeping session to sharpen his skills.
The video shows Sarfaraz collecting the ball as it was being hit from a distance of 20-metres. However, fans felt it was too easy a session and likened it to something that a school team wicketkeeper should be doing.
The Pakistan Cricket association took to Twitter to share the video with the caption, "Wicket-keeping drills of our captain @SarfarazA_54! #WeHaveWeWill #CWC19 #SarfarazAhmed."
However, fans were not really happy with his session and reacted savagely.
One user wrote, "That is too easy... school level training," while another posted, "Good job. He needs a lot more practice."
That is too easy... school level training— ub@id kh@N !! (@ubaid_uurk) June 10, 2019
Good job. He needs a lot more practice— Ghazi Usman (@GhaziUsman13) June 10, 2019
Others, too, responded with similar tweets.
Too easy. ♀️ ye tuh meiN bhe kar sakti houN.— Nurah (@ariyanaa11) June 10, 2019
Koi dive catch ki bhi drill krwa den please— Rana Ghulam Dastgeer (@RaanaDastgeer) June 10, 2019
Give him drill about flaying catch because he is not good like other modern wkts keeper— R.M.N10 (@rajamn10) June 10, 2019